To remember and honor a courageous young man who fought but lost his battle with cancer.
To raise awareness, because there are too many children suffering from this terrible disease.
To inspire our local kids who are in the midst of their battles.
To raise funds for pediatric cancer clinical trials at Connecticut Children's.
So that no parent has to hear the words
"your child has cancer."
WHO WE PLAY FOR
Together, we have donated over $200,000
WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES
We, you, us, have helped Connecticut Children’s:
Increase the number of staff, making all clinical trials available through a national consortium of clinical trials.
Hire a full-time research associate.
Fund research to evaluate the long-term consequences of chemotherapy on the heart, and to identify ways to prevent heart damage.
Join the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s Sunshine Project, to develop more targeted and less toxic therapies.
Golfer Sign-in - 10:30 a.m.
Raffle & Silent Auction Open
Shotgun Start - Noon
Lunch on Course
Contests & Prizes - Included in Registration Fee
Reception - 4:30 p.m.
Avon High School "Battle of the Bands" Winner
Appetizers & Open Bar
Raffle & Silent Auction Continue
Dinner - 5:30 p.m.
Awarding of the RBO Trophy
August 3rd, 2020
THE RBO COMMITMENT COIN
Guests Receive a Limited Edition Commitment Coin
Use as a ball marker.
Display with your other mementos.
Carry with you wherever you go.
Yours to treasure in your own way.
2019 RBO WINNERS
Brendan Butler, Mike Jurczik, Liam Bohonnon, Adam Boston
16 under par, Golf Club of Avon
Paul Shapiro's Top 5 Favorite RBO Things
2018 RBO Shotgun Start
A 2017 RBO Coin is blessed at St. Peter's Basilica
Chris Swetzes - RBO Warrior
I'm sorry you couldn't make it tonight.
I am wearing your wristband though.
So thank you very much for that - two
of my favorite colors - so that's always
I hope to see you soon - I think we're back in this general area in a bit - not quite sure when, but see you soon.
And right now go and eat a bar of chocolate, the whole thing, even if it's big, all of it.
Stuff it down.
The English have a tradition of bringing candy, especially chocolate, instead of flowers when visiting someone in the hospital.
Hunter Miller, Paul Shaprio and Deb Miller live on Fox 61 News
July 9, 2018